Introducing OSPE Board Candidate Glenn R. Sutton, P.Eng., PMP

NameGlenn Sutton

Glenn R. Sutton, P.Eng., PMP

Employer and Position

Ontario Hydro then Ontario Power Generation (OPG) –  from 1972 to 2001 as a nuclear engineer

Employment History

  • For 29 years (9 years at NPD Rolphton & 20 years at Bruce NGS-B) – worked in Business Administration, then as an Operations, Commissioning, Technical & Design Engineer in Nuclear
  • For 16 years now, running my own company as a consultant
  • Part-time Instructor in Project Management since 2014 for Fanshawe College

Activities in Advocacy Organizations

  • Former member PEO Algonquin Chapter –  Program Committee
  • Committee member of PEO Georgian Bay Chapter – Government Liaison Program

Years of Registration with Profession

  • 1976 (41 years)

Other Professional Affiliations, Including Positions Held

  • Member of Canadian Nuclear Society
  • Member of the Society of Energy Professionals (Delegate twice)

Community Service

  • 18 years as a Councillor & Mayor in both the former Town of Kincardine & the Municipality of Kincardine
  • Member of and Chair of all major committees. Chair of Library Committee (major expansion) & Chair of Kincardine Community Medical Clinic (new facility)
  • Member of Bruce County Council – member of Library & Museum Committees & Grey-Bruce Health Unit
  • Board member and Chair of Bruce Telecom
  • Member of AMO’s Committee on Bill 35 –Energy Competition Act 1998

Conference or Technical Papers Given or Published

  • Rapid Determination of Fission Products With Gamma Ray Spectroscopy – ANS Student Conference RMC 1972
  • Overview & Update On “The Kincardine Initiative” – OPG’s DGR For The Storage of Low & Intermediate Level Nuclear Waste (2000-2016)
  • Nuclear Waste Management, Decommissioning, & Environmental Restoration Conference, Sept. 2017, Ottawa

Candidate Statement


On your behalf, I would like to work on these initiatives:

  • Raise the profile of the engineering profession
  • Continue the efforts to repeal the Industrial Exemption to increase worker safety
  • Lobby senior government levels to support increased Research & Innovation to develop the new technologies that will drive Ontario’s economy forward
  • Stand behind the efforts of the OSPE Energy Committee to stabilize & return Ontario’s electricity rates to be the lowest in North America (as they were when I started my career)
  • Have the engineering profession take a lead role in resolving the effects of Climate Change
  • Contribute to the sustainability of our economy & economic development
  • Board decisions being done in a collaborative way with appropriate risk evaluation & due diligence. Finances to closely scrutinized
  • Finally, assist your Board to evaluate all decisions, with you the Member in mind at all times

I respectfully request your support to work for you as a Director of the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers.

Elect Glenn Sutton as Director

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